Remembering Our Past, Securing a Just Future: On Confederate Graveyards and the Wisdom of Christian Ethicists
In June I had the opportunity to visit a confederate cemetery in Point Clear, Alabama. I was there...
Advent is a season of waiting and of hoping. In the face of conflict, distrust, and division...Read More
It is one thing to recognize the ways in which people have “influenced” one’s life and work, but the real people who stand behind these influences are not ladders to be kicked away; they are rather authentic vehicles of God’s grace—and thus of God himself—whose destiny is coextensive and convergent with our own. We need others, we need each other, if we are one day to reach the goal of our common theological quest.Read More
Deep and intentional dialogue across difference—religious, political, social, theological—is integral to Christian faith as it directs us beyond ourselves and teaches us to truly see our fellow human beings.Read More